Rodney Mack explains why Bill Goldberg did not want to end his streak


Rodney Mack explains the reluctance of Bill Goldberg ending his streak

Former WWE and ECW wrestler Rodney Mack opened up on WWE legend Bill Goldberg unwilling to end his dominant streak in the company.

Mack spoke about Goldberg and his streak and how he wanted it to continue. He spoke on Wrestling Inc‘s podcast and claimed Goldberg didn’t see a reason to end it: ( h/t

“No, he didn’t. He said there’s no reason to do this.”

Goldberg was one of the dominant Superstars in the company and off-screen was respected by everyone in the locker room.

Mack added that it was great to work with the former WCW and WWE Champion. He further added that the pair hit if off right from the start and Goldberg was a great guy.

“Bill stood up for me a lot. I have nothing but great things to say about him. I wish we could have worked a proper angle or program together, because I really think he and I could have drawn some money together.”

Golderg’s streak went on till an unbelievable 173-0 WCW. The run was ended by Kevin Nash in December 1998 at WCW pay-per-view event Starrcade. Goldberg actually holds the record of being unbeaten in 153 matches straight, while WCW legend Tatanka’s longest undefeated run lasted a total of 174 matches.

Goldberg’s comeback to WWE

Goldberg returned to WWE in 2016, after a 12 year absence. Since then, he has faced some of the young guns and legends in his time. He faced Brock Lesnar and The Undertaker in two different matches. He has also faced Kevin Owens and Roman Reigns and has won the WWE Universal Championship.

Goldberg won a plethora of titles during his time at WWE, but never the WWE championship.
Goldberg won a plethora of titles during his time at WWE, but never the WWE championship. (WWE)

His return is still testimony to the fact that he wants to appear perenially in WWE, to make a mark and still make his presence felt in the wrestling industry.

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